along the Tennessee
Huntsville, AL, US of A
>From: "Crail, Todd" <tcrail-in-UTNet.UToledo.Edu>
>Subject: RE: NANFA-L-- freshwater mollusc pages
>Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2005 13:06:03 -0500
>I've already enjoyed them, but you all should too! :)
>Martin's page is pretty much what we're modelling our "guides" after. Jeff
>has a grant with EPA to put out a publication, I'm going to throw together
>web ditty of Mussels of the Maumee once we get the Fish Boards done for
>Jeff's book will have a lot of the info that Martin's page and another
>fantastic page: http://courses.missouristate.edu/mcb095f/gallery/ courtesy
>Chris Barnhart. The web thing will start as a species identification
>with incriminating beak shots and all that rot we had to meticulously
>out on our own. Then we'll see who wants to spend some money on the idea.
>Did we just hear the first shots fired of the NW Ohio Natural History
>Happy Turkey Day!
>The Soon To Be L-Tryptophan Madness!
>It's never too late to have a happy childhood.
>From: owner-nanfa-l-in-nanfa.org on behalf of geoffrey kimber
>Sent: Thu 11/24/2005 8:33 AM
>Subject: NANFA-L-- freshwater mollusc pages
>I found these sites and thought you all might be interested.
>This site has some really amazing photos and info on freshwater
>molluscs of the world, including some in the US
>This site is for the freshwater Mollusc Conservation Society
>They have an amazing set of links to all sorts of molluscan goodness
>for Todd to enjoy.
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